Stone 4 en suite bedroomed house

Stone 4 en suite bedroomed house




Aug 2006

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
4 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home built in 2000 is spacious, comfortable and full of character and is on just over one acre. We have a very nice garden with lawns to the grount and rear, a small deck and veranda at the front and a nice natural copse of trees towards one side. The house itself has a traditional Irish half-door at the rear, has a good sized kitchen with Rayburn cooker, a large living room with open fireplace, study, dining-room, downstairs W.C. and four en suite bedrooms -- three of them upstairs.


More about us

  1. While one of us works fulltime the better half is semi-retired! Children have fled the nest! Only the dog (Babe) remains to keep us company! We have never had a house exchange before but various family members have done so successfully. Neither of us are fond of long haul flights so are not interested in trips outside Europe.

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Where is it?


We are situated in the most scenic and picturesque area of south Kilkenny, in the triangle of Inistioge, Thomastown and Kilkenny City. Woodstock Gardens are a joy at any time of the year in nearly Inistioge -- Inistioge is the most visited inland village in Ireland. Thomastown is a thriving small town with some interesting craft enterprises and the beautiful Mount Juliet hotel, estate and golf course is just 1 mile outside Thomastown. We are within an hour's drive of Waterford City, Kilkenny City, Wexford town, New Ross, Clonmel etc. Cork city is 2 hours drive. There is a railway station in Thomastown with Dublin a 2-hour train journey away. Horse Racing also nearby.

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